The Bachelorette stars Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia will have 32 men to choose from on Season 19, as ABC has officially announced the cast of men who will compete for their heart.

The Bachelorette host Jesse Palmer unveiled the 32 bachelors who will be looking for love in a live TikTok event on Tuesday night.


"What I can promise you and what I can tell you is that it's a journey unlike anything we've ever seen before," Jesse said.

"This is a totally different circumstance and setup and environment that both Rachel and Gabby will have to navigate -- dating these men and having to lean on each other. They are going to rely on their friendship to assist each other along the way."

Jesse added, "They encounter circumstances and situations that no Bachelorette has ever had to encounter in the past, and as such, Gabby and Rachel will be making decisions that no Bachelorette has ever had to make in the past."

Gabby and Rachel already wrapped production on their The Bachelorette season, which premieres on Monday, July 11 at 8PM ET/PT on ABC.

The women and their group of guys, ranging in age from 23-36 years old, began filming their The Bachelorette season in late March, right around the time the initial cast for Season 19 comprised of 35 potential suitors was announced.

The three men whom ABC dropped from the original lineup of hopeful bachelors were Corbin Shaw, a 27-year-old from Birmingham, AL; Koy Schneiter, a 25-year-old from Scottsdale, AZ; and Nick Gill, a 30-year-old from Nashville, TN.

ABC began its current practice of publicly announcing each The Bachelor and The Bachelorette season's possible cast in 2019 as an apparent attempt to further vet each suitor's background before filming actually begins.

Beginning in 2020 with Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams' season of The Bachelorette, they also began bringing extra potential bachelors to the season's first filming location in case anyone tests positive for coronavirus during the quarantine period that must occur before production officially commences.


Some of the early Season 19 standouts based on their bio information include Joey Young and Justin Young, who are twin brothers, and Termayne Harper, who is listed as a "crypto guy."

And James Clarke, dubbed "a meatball enthusiast," had originally been cast on The Bachelorette's sixteenth season before production was suspended in early 2020 due to COVID-19.

When Gabby and Rachel appeared on Good Morning America in March, they were asked about the show's format, which has yet to be described by the network.

"Everyone keeps asking," Gabby said on GMA.

"We just got thrown in. But I have faith and a lot of trust and I love Rachel to death and I know we're gonna have each other's backs the whole way, so there's really not a doubt in my mind that it's gonna end up well."

Given Gabby and Rachel had a heartbreaking journey competing against each other on Clayton Echard's season of The Bachelor in which they had been strung along and dumped simultaneously, fans have voiced their dismay over the idea the women may be pitted against each other again.

But ABC teased when announcing The Bachelorette's nineteenth season cast, "After unwavering support of each other through a devastating dual breakup in the Season 26 finale of The Bachelor, fan favorites and fierce women Rachel Recchia and Gabby Windey stand by each other's side once again as they set out on a journey to find love."

And The Bachelor creator and executive producer Mike Fleiss recently assured fans Rachel and Gabby will not be at odds during the season.

"No drama...Just two friends helping each other find true love!" Mike tweeted in April.

Both Gabby and Rachel have insisted they're ready to find true love and support each other throughout the process.

Below is a listing of the 32 men who will appear on Gabby and Rachel's The Bachelorette season, however click on the BEGIN GALLERY link below to also see photos of all the bachelors!

Alec Garza, a 27-year-old wedding photographer from Houston, TX

Aven Jones, a 28-year-old sales executive from San Diego, CA

Brandan Hall, a 23-year-old bartender from Carlsbad, CA

Chris Austin, a 30-year-old mentality coach from Redondo Beach, CA

Colin Farrill, a 36-year-old sales director from Chicago, IL

Erich Schwer, a 29-year-old real estate analyst from Bedminster, NJ

Ethan Kang, a 27-year-old advertising executive from New York, NY

Hayden Markowitz, a 29-year-old leisure executive from Tampa, FL

Jacob "Jake" Rapini, a 27-year-old mortgage broker from Scottsdale, AZ

James Clarke, a 25-year-old meatball enthusiast from Winnetka, IL

Jason Alabaster, a 30-year-old investment banker from Santa Monica, CA

Joey Young, a 24-year-old twin from Brookfield, CT

John Anderson, a 26-year-old English teacher from Nashville, TN

Johnny DePhillipo, a 25-year-old realtor from Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Jordan Helman, a 35-year-old software developer from Tampa, FL

Jordan Vandergriff, a 27-year-old drag racer from Alpharetta, GA

Justin Budfuloski, a 32-year-old physical therapist from Solana Beach, CA

Justin Young, a 24-year-old twin from Brookfield, CT

Kirk Bryant, a 29-year-old college football coach from Lubbock, TX

Logan Palmer, a 26-year-old videographer from San Diego, CA

Mario Vassall, a 31-year-old personal trainer from Naperville, IL

Matt Labagh, a 25-year-old shipping executive from San Diego, CA

Michael Vaughan, a 32-year-old pharmaceutical salesman from Long Beach, CA

Nate Mitchell, a 33-year-old electrical engineer from Chicago, IL

Quincey Williams, a 25-year-old life coach from Miami, FL

Roby Sobieski, a 33-year-old magician from Los Angeles, CA

Ryan Mula, a 36-year-old investment director from Boston, MA

Spencer Swies, a 27-year-old venture capitalist from Chicago, IL

Termayne Harper, a 28-year-old crypto guy from Naperville, IL

Tino Franco, a 28-year-old general contractor from Playa Del Rey, CA

Tyler Norris, a 25-year-old small business owner from Wildwood, NJ

Zach Shallcross, a 25-year-old tech executive from Anaheim Hills, CA


About The Author: Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.